white cay iguana

Once inhabiting all the large islands of the Bahamas, today they are confined to a single cay: White Cay, also known as Sandy Cay. According to Lincoln-Peterson surveys conducted in 1997, the size of the population has been estimated at 150 to 200 individuals.

The White Cay iguana or Sandy Cay rock iguana (Cyclura rileyi cristata ) is a critically endangered species of lizard of the genus Cyclura native to a single cay in the Bahamas: White Cay or Sandy Cay located in the Southern Exumas.


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